Subaru has introduced the 2016 Legacy and Outback in United States with a variety of small tweaks. Both models have gained an auto on/off mode for the windshield wipers and headlights along with a recalibrated electric power-assist steering system. Moreover, Subaru’s engineers have improved the EyeSight system which boasts a Lane Keep Assist function which will alert the driver whenever the car starts to exit the lane. In case that happens and the driver doesn’t react, the system will actually steer the car back in its original lane.
The 2016 Legacy and Outback have also received a newly developed Starlink Safety and Security system which offers a plethora of services such as Monthly Vehicle Health Report, Automatic Collision Notification, SOS Emergency Assistance, Diagnostic Alerts, Maintenance Notifications and Enhanced Roadside Assistance.
Subaru is also adding a Starlink Safety Plus & Security Plus Package which includes Vehicle Security Alarm Notification, Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service, Remote Horn and Lights, Remote Lock/Unlock and a Remote Vehicle Locator.
Both models are scheduled to go on sale this summer, with prices starting at $21,745 for the Legacy whereas the Outback begins at $24,995.